George Russell snubs Max Verstappen to F1’s fastest driver title… but where does he put Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton? George Russell picked the fastest driver in Formula 1
He did not give credit to Max Verstappen despite his dominance this season Verstappen won 10 races in a row but was overlooked by Russell George Russell has claimed that runaway Formula 1 leader Max Verstappen is not the fastest driver in the table.
Verstappen has won 10 races in a row and moved 145 points ahead of Sergio Perez in the drivers’ standings as he approaches his third consecutive world championship.
However, Russell suggested that he puts Verstappen’s impressive success down to his Red Bull car and does not consider him the fastest driver in the sport.
Instead, he gave the award to his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
“Someone asked me earlier if Lewis wasn’t my teammate, who would I want that – and I said Max because when I joined Mercedes, Lewis was and still is the best driver of all time,” Russell said. RaceFans.
Max Verstappen has won 10 races in a row and is going for his third consecutive world championship.
Max Verstappen has won 10 races in a row and is going for his third consecutive world championship “But George Russell still doesn’t believe Verstappen is the fastest driver in F1.”
But George Russell still does not believe that Verstappen is the fastest driver in F1 “Russell named his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton the fastest driver on the grid”. Russell named his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton as the fastest driver on the grid